Tag Archives: Dallas Cowboys draft

SITTIN’ AT SWEET SIXTEEN: Dallas Cowboys 7-Round 2014 NFL Draft Simulation | Final NFL Mock Draft 2014

The Dallas Cowboys Draft Show - Button

Draft Show: Full Dallas Cowboys 7-Round Simulation | Join Dane Brugler (NFL Draft Scout/CBS), Dave Helman, Bryan Broaddus, and Ed Cahill as they simulate all seven rounds of the Dallas Cowboys 2014 NFL Draft. (Watch | Listen)


RELATED: Final 2014 Dallas Cowboys Mock Draft

D058841010.jpg

IRVING, Texas – The 2014 NFL draft is finally here, and with it comes the final opportunity to predict the Dallas Cowboys picks.

The names surrounding the Dallas Cowboys No. 16 (overall) pick should all be familiar by now, but there’s no clear-cut consensus on what Dallas should do with its first pick – located right in the middle of the first round. That difference of opinion is perfectly illustrated in this week’s mocks, as all five writers selected a different first round choice.

 

 
Bryan
David
Ed
Nick
Rowan
Round 1
16
Odell
Beckham Jr.
WR – LSU
Zack
Martin
G/T – Notre Dame
Blake
Bortles
QB – UCF
Ryan
Shazier
OLB – Ohio State
Anthony
Barr
DE/LB – UCLA
Round 2
47
Demarcus
Lawrence
DE – Boise St.
Scott
Crichton
DE – Oregon St.

Timmy
Jernigan
DT – FSU
Cody
Latimer
WR – Indiana
Dominique
Easley
DT – Florida
Round 3
78
Trai
Turner
OG – LSU
Jarvis 
Landry

WR – LSU

Cody
Latimer
WR – Indiana
Lamarcus
Joyner
CB/S – FSU
Dakota
Dozier

OG – Furman

Round 4
119
Cassius
Marsh
DE – UCLA
Caraun
Reid

DT – Princeton

Will
Clarke
DE – West Virginia
Marcus
Smith
DE – Louisville
Chris
Smith
DE – Arkansas
Round 5
158
Kevin
Pierre-Louis
LB – Boston College
Devonta
Freeman

RB – FSU

Ronald
Powell
OLB – Florida
De’Anthony
Thomas
RB – Oregon
Josh
Huff
WR – Oregon
Round 7
229
Logan
Thomas
QB – Virginia Tech
Denicos
Allen

OLB – Michigan State

Isaiah
Crowell
RB – Alabama State
Chris
Watt
C/G – Notre Dame
Parker
Graham
OT – OK State
Round 7
231
Spencer
Long
OG – Nebraska
Zach
Moore

DE – Concordia

Russell
Bodine
C – UNC
Ahmad
Dixon
S – Baylor
Larry
Webster
DE – Bloomsburg
Round 7
238
Demetri
Goodson
CB – Baylor
Larry
Webster

DE – Bloomsberg

Deion
Belue
CB – Alabama
Ethan
Westbrooks
DE – West Texas A&M
Chris
Whaley
DT – Texas
Round 7
242
Khryi
Thorton
DT – Southern Mississippi
Zach
Fulton

G – Tennessee

Prince
Shembo
OLB – Notre Dame
D.J.
Tialavea
TE – Utah
Lorenzo
Taliaferro
RB – Coastal Carolina
Round 7
251
Howard
Jones
OLB – Shepherd College
Chaz
Sutton

DE – South Carolina

Nic
Jacobs
TE – McNeese St.
Ryan
Grant
WR – Tulane
Brandon
Dixon
CB – NW Missouri St.
Round 7
254
Kirby
Van Der Kamp
P – Iowa State
Garrett
Gilbert

QB – SMU

Alden
Darby
S – Arizona St.
Kenneth
Acker
CB – SMU
Kelvin
Palmer
OT – Baylor
 

Bryan:There is no doubt in my mind that they are hunting for a right defensive end in this draft but with the 16th pick, the guy they want in Anthony Barr is off the board. I believe Aaron Donald will be gone as well. If they cannot move, then the consideration becomes Zack Martin, Odell Beckham and Ryan Shazier. If this is the case, I they might believe they could grab a receiver later and take Shazier but the value of Beckham is much too good to pass up here and make him the selection. I am very excited about the selection of Cassius Marsh, defensive end and linebacker Kevin Pierre-Louis and what they can bring to the defensive. Khyri Thornton also helps me along the defensive line at that one technique. I am also looking for traits late in the draft and quarterback, Logan Thomas surly fits that bill.

David: I just can’t talk myself into Barr or Donald being available, but Martin should make an immediate impact on the offensive line. Crichton falling to No. 47 likely requires some luck, but I think he’s a Day 1 contributor if so. With both lines addressed, the Cowboys are free to take a fantastic slot receiver in Landry – again, I’d expect him to play behind Dez Bryant and Terrance Williams from the outset. If Reid is available to bolster the defensive tackle depth in the fourth round, I’d have to consider that a steal – most see him as a three-technique, which the Cowboys covet. Taking a running back seems like a luxury, but Freeman is a hard runner and a good blocker, making him a good insurance policy for DeMarco Murray. With the slew of seventh-rounders, I’m going defense-heavy – specifically defensive end. Hopefully someone turns into something special. Gilbert, who played just down the road, could be an interesting project.

Ed: I might be crazy. Jerry Jones told us it wasn’t a priority in his pre-draft press conference. The hype at the QB position has been on Johnny Manziel. Why am I picking Blake Bortles? I think the Cowboys will be wiped out at 16, and he may be the best option available. Yes, he won’t play this year (hopefully), but I’m taking this pick and investing in a very bright future if he is available. Moving forward, I think the Cowboys will end up with Timmy Jernigan one way or another in this draft. They could take him in a trade back scenario, or grab him if he falls into the second. You’ll see that Nick has Cody Latimer in the second, and that is probably more accurate, but with the wealth of receivers in this class I’m hoping he might be available in the third. The rest of my draft addresses some needs and takes some risks. Overall, I’d be very happy with this class if it turned out this way.

Nick:My trade last week didn’t sit well with everyone so we nixed all trades, otherwise I’d stick with Anthony Barr, but I just don’t see him being there at 16. Shazier would be a really good solid pick who steps right in and starts at one of the two OLB spots. Latimer might not last to 47 and the same could be said for Joyner, a versatile player in the secondary. Smith gives the team more depth up front. Not sure if the Cowboys like Thomas at all, but if you’re good enough for an SI cover, good enough for me. I think he’s a dynamic player who makes a difference. If Dixon falls to the seventh, Cowboys could get a steal in a physical player with good speed. Westbrooks is the only player I’ve kept on my mock all three times.

Rowan: I think the most likely scenario is the Cowboys end up trading out of the 16th pick, but for mock draft’s sake, I don’t think the Cowboys would pass if Barr’s there. That’s the only way I think they stay put. They need to help their defensive line, and the Cowboys have had a history of turning second-round picks who fell from injury into starters. If Easley can stay on the field, this could end up being the best pick of the draft. The Cowboys need more interior linemen, and I suspect they grab help there in the middle rounds. Dozier fills that request. I think their next pick is a Smith – whether it’s Telvin, Marcus or Chris. The other two are gone, and Chris Smith fits the pass-rushing bill. Huff’s been a constant on my mock drafts, and I think the dynamic player complements the other receivers.


BUTTON - NFL Draft Prospects - The Boys Are Back websiteBUTTON - Dallas Cowboys NFL Draft Picks - The Boys Are Back website - Dallas Cowboys Draft - NFL Draft

MAKING OF AMERICA’S TEAM: The Dallas Cowboys best all-time NFL draft picks round-by-round | Special Feature

america's team - dallas cowboys helmet 2012 - the boys are back blog

IRVING, Texas – This list centers on breaking down the Dallas Cowboys top NFL Draft picks in club history, round by round. These aren’t the best groups of draft picks in franchise history, but quite possibly the best in each round.

Continue reading →

2014 NFL DRAFT ORDER: Houston Texans hold first pick, Dallas Cowboys in a coin flip for Sweet #16

2014 NFL DRAFT ORDER - Houston Texans hold first pick, Dallas Cowboys in a coin flip for Sweet 16 - Dallas Cowboys NFL Draft 2014

The top-20 order for the 2014 NFL Draft is now set with the regular season complete. The Houston Texans will pick No. 1 overall for the third time in franchise history.

The order of picks 21-32 will be based on the outcome of the NFL playoffs. Updated first-round mock drafts can be found here.

NFL DRAFT ORDER 2014 – Top 20 picks
2014 NFL DRAFT ORDER - NFL DRAFT ORDER 2014 - Houston Texans hold first pick, Dallas Cowboys in a coin flip for Sweet 16 - 2014 Dallas Cowboys Draft order 2014
NFL DRAFT ORDER 2014 – Playoff Teams
2014 NFL DRAFT ORDER - NFL DRAFT ORDER 2014 - Houston Texans hold first pick, Dallas Cowboys in a coin flip for Sweet 16 - 2014 Dallas Cowboys Draft order 2014 - NFL Playoff Teams

Above is the order with the strength of schedule (SOS) numbers to indicate the tiebreaker. For the NFL Draft, the first tiebreaker rule is SOS, the easier SOS earning the earlier selection. Division and Conference tiebreakers are next and if teams are still tied, a coin flip will determine the team that picks first (** Indicates a coin flip to break ties).


2014 Dallas Cowboys NFL Draft picks 2014

.

Round 1 16 or 17 Coin flip will determine
Round 2 15 (47 overall)  
Round 3 14 (78 overall)  
Round 4 19 (115 overall)  
Round 5 18 (146 overall)  
Round 6 17 (177 overall)  
Round 7 14 (206 overall) From Chicago (Rosario)
Round 7 16 (208 overall)  

These picks are subject to trade and do not include any compensatory picks awarded by the NFL in the later rounds. Under the rules for compensatory draft selections, a team losing more or better compensatory free agents than it acquires in the previous year is eligible to receive compensatory draft picks.


For constantly updated NFL Dallas Cowboys Draft coverage, click on the buttons below:

BUTTON - NFL Draft Picks - The Boys Are Back blogTBAB Button - NFL Draft Prospects

2014-2015 DALLAS COWBOYS SCHEDULE: NFL announces three London dates for 2014 season

NFL INTERNATIONAL SERIES - League doesn't anticipate London Super Bowl despite U.K. success - 2014-2015 Dallas Cowboys to play in London

LONDON — The NFL has announced the dates of its three regular-season games in London next year, with the Dallas Cowboys playing the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 10 on Nov. 9.

The first game will be played in Week 4 on Sept. 28, with the Oakland Raiders facing the Miami Dolphins.

A month later, in Week 8, the Atlanta Falcons will play the Detroit Lions on Oct. 26.

All the games will be played at Wembley Stadium.

The teams and matchups had been previously announced. The Raiders, Falcons and Jaguars are the designated home teams.

The NFL has been playing regular-season games at Wembley since 2007.

There were two games in London this year, with Minnesota beating Pittsburgh 34-27 on Sept. 29 and San Francisco defeating Jacksonville 42-10 on Oct. 27.

UPDATE APRIL 9, 2014: The NFL released this year’s preseason schedule, with many specific dates still to be determined. None of the Cowboys’ preseason games this year are scheduled to be nationally televised.

Dallas Cowboys Preseason Schedule

Week 1: @ San Diego Chargers

Week 2: vs. Baltimore Ravens

Week 3: @ Miami Dolphins

Aug. 28: vs. Denver Broncos

Stay up-to-date with the latest Dallas Cowboys schedules and calendars on the page below … 

NFL Dallas Cowboys 2014 2015 schedules - 2014 2015 Dallas Cowboys schedule 2014 2015

NFL Dallas Cowboys 2014 2015 schedules – 2014 2015 Dallas Cowboys schedule 2014 2015

DRAFT DAY RESOURCES: Dallas Cowboys 2013 NFL Draft–Fan supplements for tonight’s primetime coverage

nfl supplemental draft - national football league - the boys are back blog

The 2013 NFL Draft returns to primetime, with the first round taking place tonight (Thurs., April 25) at 8 p.m. ET, followed by the second and third rounds on Fri., April 26 at 6:30 p.m. ET. Rounds 4-7 will be held Sat., April 27 at 12 p.m. ET.

NFL Draft 2013 - Watch the 2013 NFL Draft on NFL Network - The Boys Are Back blog 2013

Watch it live on NFL Network … click HERE to watch it online

Check out the official NFL website’s coverage by clicking HERE.


NFL Draft 2013 - Draft Xtra App from NFL - The Boys Are Back blog 2013

NFL’13 with Draft Xtra has everything you need for the Draft. Download app now!

  • Draft Tracker – follow the draft live with pick-by-pick analysis and video highlights
  • Watch 24/7 NFL Network coverage of the Draft with select cable operators
  • Exclusive live video from Radio City
  • Chat with fans in team War Rooms
  • Predict the pick, trivia, polls
  • Stats and facts on every Draft prospect

NFL Draft 2013 - NFL Draft radio coverage on 1053 The Fan - Dallas - The Boys Are Back blog 2013

Listen to the 2013 NFL Draft live on Dallas’ 105.3 The Fan … click HERE to listen online.

the dallas cowboys radio network - 105_3 the fan krld

The Fan 105.3 Dallas (KRLD) … Flagship of The Dallas Cowboys Radio Network!

The Fan will provide you with local Dallas Cowboys insight during the NFL Draft and

will have extended coverage after the draft.


at the crossroads - dallas cowboys - the boys are back blog

Cowboys at the crossroads … check out the two pages below for more info on the TOP NFL DRAFT PROSPECTS 2013 and DALLAS COWBOYS 2013 NFL DRAFT PICKS

TBAB Button - NFL Draft ProspectsBUTTON - NFL Draft Picks - The Boys Are Back blog


Enjoy this special feature? Use the SHARE and LIKE buttons below. Help us spread the word about The Boys Are Back blog.

2013 NFL SCHEDULE RELEASED: Dallas Cowboys 2013-2014 NFL Schedule – Dallas Cowboys 2013 schedule

EDITORS NOTE: This information is continually updated. Click HERE for the latest scheduling news. The current Dallas Cowboys 2014-2015 Schedule is below … the archive schedules are below it. 

The Boys Are Back 2014-2015 Dallas Cowboys Schedule - Dallas Cowboys 2014 schedule - Dallas Cowboys 2014 Schedule - The Boys Are Back website 2014-2015

The Boys Are Back 2014-2015 Dallas Cowboys Schedule – Dallas Cowboys 2014 schedule – Dallas Cowboys 2014 Schedule – The Boys Are Back website 2014-2015

 ARCHIVE: 2013-2014 Dallas Cowboys 2013-2014 Schedule – Preseason and Regular Season

Dallas Cowboys 2013-2014 NFL Schedule - Dallas Cowboys 2013 schedule - The Boys Are Back blog

REVISED 12/23/2013: DALLAS COWBOYS SCHEDULE UPDATE: NFL flexes Philadelphia Eagles vs. Dallas Cowboys to SNF for NFC East title game

ARCHIVE: 2013-2014 Dallas Cowboys regular season NFL schedule – Printable (right-click)

2013-2014 Dallas Cowboys regular season NFL schedule - NFL Dallas Cowboys preseason schedule 2013-2014

EDITORS NOTE: For more information regarding the Dallas Cowboys 2013-2014 Schedule or 2013-2014 NFL Schedule, click HERE or on the button below:

TBAB Button - NFL Schedules

Thank you for visiting The Boys Are Back blog!

Click HERE to see the latest posts about your 2013-2014 Dallas Cowboys!

Let’s spread the word about The Boys Are Back website! 

Please use the SHARE buttons below!

Dallas Cowboys 2013 schedule; dallas cowboys schedule 2014; dallas cowboys schedule 2013-2014; 2013-2014 dallas cowboys schedule; dallas cowboys schedule 2013-14; dallas cowboys 2014 schedule; cowboys 2013-2014 schedule; cowboys schedule 2013-14; cowboys schedule 2014; nfl schedule 2013 2014; cowboys schedule 2013-2014; 2013 2014 nfl schedule; cowboys 2013 2014 schedule; dallas cowboy schedule 2014; cowboys 2014 schedule; dallas cowboys 2013-14 nfl schedule; dallas cowboys 2013 schedule; dallas cowboys schedule 2013 2014; 2014 dallas cowboys schedule; dallas cowboys 2013-14 schedule; dallas cowboys 2013 and 2014 schedule; dallas cowboys, nfl, cawboy de dalas 2013 2014, cowboy de dalas 2013 2014, and more.

%d bloggers like this: